CQRS or Command Query Responsibility Segregation, is a design pattern based on a very simple premise. We will explore how the notion of separating responsibility for reading and writing data can have a great impact on how software is designed, and the great flexibility it lends to the data we generate.
About the Speaker
It was whilst studying accounting at university that Luke Randall realised that he had made a big mistake. Fortunately he realised that in time, and has been involved in software development in some form or another ever since. Having worked both in consulting and on products, he has an appreciation for the differences each side bring. Luke still holds the award for ugliest PHP code ever written, something he earned very early on in his career, and has been trying to make amends for that ever since. His languages of choice these days are Ruby and Haskell.
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18:15 Welcoming and Introduction
18:25 Case Study
19:25 Closing and Thanks
Herve Chubaka Bagalwa
19:30 Networking & Discussion